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Old 11-20-2005, 08:45 AM   #1
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Plucker and Pythons, plural

Some essential software I use with work requires Python 1.5. I can't uninstall it or disable it.

What should I do to install the current version of Python and keep the two separate? Can it be done?

BTW, is this maybe causing the problems with the files I've described in a couple other threads?

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Roger, what OS are using Python with?
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Windows XP, SP2
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It should be possible to allow for two separately installed versions. Perhaps this link is of some help to you: http://tinyurl.com/b2xss
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You did a better job searching on this than I did (couldn't find ANYthing on it). Anyway, the link you sent me to included this sentence:
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I keep all of 1.5.2, 2.0, 2.1 and 2.2 on my system for interoperability testing and it works fine.
I'll use the method he uses too, of renaming the python.exe files python151 and python242 when they're not the one I'm using. The tasks will fall in distinctly different timeframes and types of work so it'll be easy to keep separate.

Thanks muchly.

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